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Quick Questions With Blackjack Love

Quick Questions With Blackjack Love

Today I’m catching up with UK Blues Rockers, Blackjack Love.

Blackjack Love

Quick Questions With Blackjack Love

1. Who inspired you to start playing?

Azza : I’d say Noel Gallagher or Noodles from The Offspring

Sam : Duff Mckagan

Nick : John Lee Hooker

2. Which piece of equipment couldn’t you live without?

Azza : My ES-137, such a beautiful guitar man

Sam : Fast fret

Nick : My old Fender acoustic

3. What’s your favourite album of the year so far?

Azza : Royce Da 5’9” – The Allegory

Sam : Bouncing Souls – Volume 2….looking forward to the new Miley Cyrus one however

Nick : I’m not up to date with new stuff. New Foo Fighters single has really grown on me, hated it at first but now I’m addicted

4. If you could have a lesson from anyone, alive or dead, who would it be?

Azza : Hendrix or Slash, or maybe Curtis Mayfield. He could teach you some cool stuff with that piano key tuning he used.

Sam : Hendrix baby

Nick : Gotta be Keith Richards for me

5. What is your number one tip for any new player?

Azza : Don’t practice til you get it right, practice til you can’t get it wrong

Sam : Practise songs you like rather than scales and theory

Nick : Learn on an old classical Spanish guitar with really thick strings – it will make you a better person. And say no to funk

Azza : Funk is cool, don’t listen to him!

 

You can download our album ‘Bullets & Blues’, along with our latest singles on all streaming platforms etc. Check out our current single ‘Before I Leave’, there’s a cool video on YouTube for it.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/blackjacklovemusic/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/BJLMusic

Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/blackjacklove

YouTube – https://youtu.be/navqPRYHfrs

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